Post Graduate (8,2a)
2nd Bovio’s Dianna Di
Rimnis Inostricani (Imp ITA)
1st Cooper’s Deifstock Dazzling. A beautiful 8mth B full of promise. Super head of good length and correct proportions, nice ears. Clean neck of good length, nice forechest and well laid shoulders. Well ribbed back to short loin. Level topline and correct underline. Well-muscled and moderately angulated rear. A true, smooth mover with reach and drive. BP, RBOB and Puppy Group 3.
1st Morris’ Kalimor Lily. Lovely 17mth B. Super shape and outline. Feminine head of correct shape and proportions. Good length of neck to well laid shoulders and super forechest. Correct spring and depth of chest. Well ribbed back to short loin and correct well-muscled, moderate rear angles. Super elegant ground covering movement. BOB
2nd Cooper’s Deifstock
3rd Anderton’s Tatze Bewitched by Thrihyrne
1st Morris’ Kalimor Lily. (See Junior)
2nd Anderton’s Tatze
Bewitched by Thrihyrne
JUNIOR HANDLING ASSOCIATION
1st Niamh Nash. I liked the way you handled your Papillion. Stacked nicely on the table with good use of your voice to reassure your dog and you showed the teeth very well. Pattern work was neat on both the triangle and up & back. Lots of promise with the right training and practice
2nd Isabella Arkell. Handling a Newfoundland, a big dog for a small girl but it was obvious who was in charge. Not an easy task for an adult but you did a very good job getting the feet into position to stand her. You showed me a good view of the dogs the teeth. On the move your triangle let her down which ultimately lost you the class.
3rd Grace Rutherford. Handling a Pug. Although a small breed they are not easy to handle. You need to pay a little more attention on the table to how the dog is presented but a good attempt at showing the teeth. Your triangle needs to be neater and more defined but your up & back was good.
Res Rosie Shaw
VHC Ronnie Adams
Very close between 1 and 2
1st Tamsin Blyton. Handling a Giant Schnauzer. You stack your dog very well to present a lovely picture. Showed me a very clear view of the teeth and on the move your patterns were spot on. It was the way you talked and encouraged your charge that was the deciding factor in the placings.
2nd Bobbi Shepherd. Handling a Field Spaniel. Another very proficient handler you stack your dog with precision and showed the teeth clearly. Super pattern work with lovely straight lines.
3rd Leah Scales. Another Giant Schnauzer. You stacked your charge well and showed a clear view of the teeth. Triangle and lines were ok but not at the angle I was after.
Ray McDonald (Judge)